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|endorkinsimpulsecontrolvocs - Deadman|
Vocal tracks for Impulse Control....spooky
Keywords: impulse control
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|Morbid impulse - Hammond, William A. (William Alexander), 1828-1900|
Keywords: Impulse Control Disorders
|Narcissist Responsible for His Actions - Sam Vaknin|
It is a fact that the narcissist can behave completely differently (under identical circumstances) â depending on who else is involved in the situation. He is not likely to be enraged by the behaviour of an important person (=with a potential to supply him narcissistically). But, he might become absolutely violent with his nearest and dearest under the same circumstances. This is because they are captives, they do not have to be won over, the Narcissistic Supply coming from them is taken for gr...
Keywords: narcissist; narcissism; responsibility; guilt; blame; insanity defense; impulse control; abuse; narcissistic supply; right; wrong
|Narcissist: The Impulse to Be Perfect (Fear of Failure and Success) - Sam Vaknin|
Everything You Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse - click on this link: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/faq1.htmlThe preference to not fail is trivial – but, why the propensity to not succeed?Not succeeding assuages the fear of failure. After all, a one-time success calls for increasingly more unattainable repeat performances. Success just means that one has got more to lose, more ways to fail...
Keywords: narcissist; narcissism; psychological defences; perfection; omnipotence; success; fear of failure; mediocrity; accomplishments; achievements; impulse control; gambling; shopaholism; substance abuse; reckless driving; addiction; addictive behaviors
|Borderline Personality Disorder Patient Therapy Notes - Sam Vaknin|
Dal is an attractive young woman but seems to be unable to maintain a stable sense of self-worth and self-esteem. Her confidence in her ability to "hold on to men" is at a low ebb, having just parted ways with "the love of her life". In the last year alone she confesses to having had six "serious relationships". Why did they end? "Irreconcilable differences". The commencement of each affair was "a dream come true" and the men were all and one "Prince Charming"...
Keywords: borderline personality disorder; therapy; psychotherapy; treatment; abandonment anxiety; clinging; suicidal ideation; self-mutilation; self-injury; mania; euphoria; lability; mood swings; mood disorder; labile; drama queen; rage; impulse control; therapist; session; therapeutic
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